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Old 05-17-2012, 12:15 AM
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I'm trying to keep my bag consistent this year, leaving the same discs in there all year. Some come out from time to time to lighten the load, but for my tournament rounds on longer courses, this is what I carry.

Putters:
KC Pro Aviars- circle putts, jump putts, and upshots.
DX small bead aviar- upshots and drives
DX and Champ Rhynos- upshots and drives

Mids:
KC Pro and DX Rocs- 4 total, overstable to flippy
Ti Buzzz- longer mid shots or lower lines than my rocs, holds any line well

Fairways:
CE, KC Pro, Champ, and DX Eagle Xs- I carry 5 to 6 eagles so everything from spike hyzers to BH rollers.
Champ Firebirds- 3 in the bag, hyzers, hard hyzers, stupid hyzers

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Star Destroyers- 3 Echo, 2 AJ SDS, rollers to spike hyzers and wind fighting
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Old 05-17-2012, 12:22 AM
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Love your mids and fairways since it is almost what I do as far as rocs and eagles. 5 destroyers seems excessive though
Also don't see the need for the dx aviar, or dx rhyno.
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Old 05-17-2012, 01:49 AM
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^^^Agreed, and if you spike with new/overstable EX's I don't see the need for three FB's...but to each his own. Otherwise, looks good.
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Old 05-18-2012, 01:00 AM
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The five destroyers is probably too many but I do use them all. I've got one I roll and throw down wind hyzer flip bombs with, one is a general max distance driver, one is stable but long, then one a little more stable and a little shorter and better in the wind, then one that is stupid beefy for long hyzers and spikes in the wind. The firebirds don't really overlap with the eagles because the two more stable firebirds are still way more overstable than even the beefiest eagle, and the beat FB is longer than my eagles. It flies like a pd. I kind of go back and forth between firebirds and eagles for certain shots depending on what feels good that day. I could probably ditch the beat up FB but it is a great get out of trouble/utility/I don't know what to throw here disc.

I'm trying to beat up the dx rhyno so that it can replace the beat up kc aviar that I throw. Rhynos are more comfortable in my hand and release cleaner. Aviar stays in until the rhyno gets there. The dx aviar is pretty soft so it is great for attempted throw ins because it has a better chance of sticking than something harder. And being softer, its great for upshots where I want it to land and stick. It doesn't really skip at all.

I know I carry a lot of discs but I do actually use all of them. Sometimes my buzzz is on, sometimes my rocs. Sometimes its eagles or firebirds. I threw 19 different discs at leagues tonight and I have used all of them between Tuesday and Thursday leagues this week.

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Old 05-18-2012, 02:00 AM
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Well if it works for you then great! As long as you know what each disc is going to do and having that many isn't causing confusion when it comes to disc selection during the round
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